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New York Furniture Fair 2017

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Javit's Center

Graduates from Northumbria University exhibit at the prestigious International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York 

Staff and graduates currently from the School of Design present their unique and innovative work to an international audience at one of the premier showcases for contemporary design at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Since Northumbria began exhibiting at the highly anticipated annual fair, it remains the only European university to have a presence at the event. At the ICFF, alumni and graduates attending the prestigious show are given the opportunity to showcase their work to a global design network and connect with top industry professionals.

Each year, ICFF lures those in pursuit of design’s latest trends to an encyclopaedic exhibition of current offerings, as well as a jam-packed programme and schedule of exhibits, talks and activities.

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